The Koke'e State Park is a 4345-acre lush and rugged state park located north of Waimea Canyon, inland from the Na Pali Coast, in northwestern Kauai, Hawaii. It is adjacent to the Waimea Canyon State Park on the north.
Koke'e State Park is known for its verdant rainforests and spectacular views of the Kalalau Valley from 4000 feet elevation. It is also home to numerous hiking trails, making it a favorite destination among hikers and nature lovers for observing native plants, forest birds and insects.
Some of the popular trails at Alakai Swamp Trail Koke'e State Park include Awaawapuhi Trail
Kawaikoi Stream Trail, Nualolo Cliffs Trail, Nualolo Trail, Pihea Trail, and Poomau Canyon Lookout Trail.
Apart from hiking and enjoying the scenery, the park offers a variety of outdoor activities, including pig hunting, trout fishing (with pre-arranged licenses), plum picking and camping.
The park also features a lodge, museum, and visitors center where you can check park conditions before venturing onwards. Facilities such as restrooms, outdoor showers, picnic areas, trash cans, drinking water, and payphone are available.